Data protection policy for consumereurope.dk


The data protection policy describes how we treat personal data at www.consumereurope.dk.

Purpose

The purpose of European Consumer Centre Denmark’s data protection policy is to explain how we collect, protect and use personal data. European Consumer Centre Denmark fully respects all wishes for non-disclosure of personal data submitted online via forbrugereuropa.dk and we are aware of the need for appropriate protection and secure treatment of all personal data received. European Consumer Centre Denmark seeks to protect your personal data, irrespective of where the data is collected, passed on to or stored (other countries, collaboration partners, etc.).

Personal data is all data that can be used to identify a person, including, but not limited to, that person’s first and last names, private address or other physical address, email address or other contact details, whether they relate to the relevant person’s home or place of work.

As a main rule, you can access the website without telling us who you are or otherwise providing personal data.

If you want access to the personal data about you registered at consumereurope.dk, you are always welcome to contact info@forbrugereuropa.dk.

Which personal data does European Consumer Centre Denmark collect?

European Consumer Centre Denmark needs certain data in order to provide news and other services to end-users.

European Consumer Centre Denmark undertakes an obligation only to collect the personal data necessary (e.g. email or postal address) in order to provide a service; all other personal data is non-mandatory but improves the services on the website. Personal data is deleted completely if a user unsubscribes to the services. European Consumer Centre Denmark never collects supplementary data from third parties about end-users.

Who does European Consumer Centre Denmark share data with?

Personal data provided via consumereurope.dk is only passed on to internal departments at European Consumer Centre Denmark in order to meet sales and support obligations. European Consumer Centre Denmark passes on personal data to authorities only to the extent required by law. European Consumer Centre Denmark never passes on personal data to third parties.

How does European Consumer Centre Denmark collect personal data?

Besides the data you enter yourself when ordering a service, the website uses cookies. Cookies are digital information packages stored by the website on your hard disk. A cookie does not identify the individual user, but the user’s computer. This is done in order to improve website services.

Regarding ad servers

European Consumer Centre Denmark has no agreements or partnerships with any ad server company.

Secure communication with European Consumer Centre Denmark

Note that normal forms submitted via consumereurope.dk are not encrypted. If your enquiry includes information about issues that you would like to protect, such as personal matters, you should use a digital signature to send a secure email to European Consumer Centre Denmark.

Alternatively, you can send the enquiry by letter.

European Consumer Centre Denmark has an obligation always to comply with the requirements regarding the protection of privacy. All amendments to these provisions are published in the history below. Any questions or comments regarding European Consumer Centre Denmark’s data protection policy should be addressed to info@forbrugereuropa.dk.

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